Most people know me as the founder of Gabriel PR, but some probably don’t know that I am the Managing Editor for one of our clients: Bride & Groom Magazine. Last week was my one year anniversary as the Managing Editor and I learned so much, but I have rounded up my top 5 lessons that might also offer some guidance to anyone else in the world of print media: Know Your Reader: This is a lesson I learned while doing my PR diploma actually, but applying this lesson as

This post originally appeared on Neri Magazine by Chantal Amsterdam Once upon a time when Michael Jackson was still alive, high bangs and bamboo earrings were “da lick” and people knew everyone’s phone number by heart, women of color (WOC) who wore nylon stockings had a choice of 3 colors; Spice, Nightshade or Taupe. For the rebels like me who weren’t fans of the ashy hues meant for our Caucasian sisters, there was also sheer black as a default, regardless of what you were wearing. Then you went to war

What do you get for the man in your life who has everything and wants nothing? When I think of all the loving and supportive things father’s do for their kids, we realize that all they really want is our safety and happiness and we as their children want the same for them, but what’s a Father’s Day without a gift to show them how much we love and care for them? The tricky part is that we all want to get the perfect gift for dad, but what is

I was browsing my Instagram one day and came across the photo of a woman in this bright yellow pants suit with uber fabulous shoes and thought: “I love her style”. Since browsing and curating content is a serious business for me, I try not to get caught up so I kept scrolling. •| T R U E • E S S E N C E |• #Happy #Joy #Excited Going LIVE at @essence #UndergroundWGN #ShotsFired 📸: @sharifasays MakeUp by💄: @camaraaunique A post shared by aisha hinds (@appleofhisai) on May

This week, June 3-11 are National Lemonade Days, started by Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation to raise money and awareness of childhood cancer causes, primarily research into new treatments and cures and to encourage and empower others – especially children – to get involved and make a difference for children with cancer. Alexandra “Alex” Scott was born to Liz and Jay Scott in Manchester, Connecticut on January 18, 1996, the second of four children. Shortly before her first birthday, Alex was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, a type of childhood cancer. In August

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